Career Highlights: An 11-year veteran, NFL quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick had a strong 2015 season leading the New York Jets. Fitzpatrick played for six NFL teams including St. Louis (2005-06), Cincinnati (2007-08), Buffalo (2009-12), Tennessee (2013), Houston (2014) and New York (2015). He led the Jets to a 10-6 record and finished last season with 3,905 passing yards and 31 passing touchdowns, breaking Vinny Testaverde’s franchise record for most touchdown passes in a season. Fitzpatrick holds the Houston Texans franchise record for most touchdown passes in a single game with six against the Tennessee Titans in 2014. He also holds the Buffalo Bills passing record for the longest pass (98-yard touchdown pass to Terrell Owens at Jacksonville in 2009). Other NFL records include being the first quarterback to throw four touchdown passes in a single game with four different teams, first quarterback to start and win against the same opponent (Jacksonville Jaguars) with five different teams and the most career passes by an Ivy League quarterback with 154 (he was a standout at Harvard). Fitzpatrick has career totals of 2,087 completions, 23,178 passing yards with 154 touchdowns.